You can access the Federal Register using the following resources:
You can access the Code of Federal Regulations using the following resources:
Under content type select "
Keyword search within the Code of Federal Regulations. Consider limiting to specific agencies and years.
Search in Health Law Regulations (Westlaw) through all of its content, or narrow your search to specific titles. Limit your search to the relevant jurisdiction.
Use Regulations.gov to search and review original regulatory documents as well as comments submitted by others.
Government Printing Office FDsys
Select the Code of Federal Regulations and/or the Federal Register and perform a keyword search using the FDsys Advanced Search feature.
Like case law, not all administrative decisions are published. To see if relevant administrative decisions have been published, you can search the resources below.
Health Law Administrative Decisions & Guidance (WestLaw)
U.S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals (HeinOnline)
Federal Agency Decisions (Lexis)
Directory of Agency Decisions (University of Virginia Library)
NOTE: The Bluebook Table T1.2 indicates which resource should be cited when citing to specific agency administrative decisions. This is a great way to find relevant resources that you should be searching (Bluebook Online).
In addition, don't forget to see if final agency decisions have been reviewed in federal court by doing case law searches.
Below is a list of many Federal agencies that create health law related regulations. For a complete list of Federal Agencies, view the A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies. For a complete list of New Jersey Agencies, view the State of New Jersey's Departments and Agencies page.